TAC: the TRANSAC assembler-compiler

@inproceedings{Rosen1959TACTT,
  title={TAC: the TRANSAC assembler-compiler},
  author={S. Rosen and J. H. Brown and Carl Calo},
  booktitle={ACM '59},
  year={1959}
}
  • S. Rosen, J. H. Brown, Carl Calo
  • Published in ACM '59 1959
  • Computer Science
  • Binary computer, 48-bits per word. Two instructions per word. Single address instruction. Magnetic core from 4096 to 32768 words in size. Eight to 32 index registers available. Parallel input-output and processing° 0n-line or off-line high speed printing. Two's complement arithmetic. TAC is a machine-oriented compiler and has all of the standard assembly features. In addition; it has many compiling features; and it was designed to be an intermediate language for problem-oriented compilers and… CONTINUE READING

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